BY: SARAH POPE MGA
Many moms are torn with the burning question of should I vaccinate my children or shouldn’t I.
Here are tips on how to choose safer vaccines to lower the risk of vaccine injury.Read more
According to the National Science Foundation, an average person has about 12,000 to 60,000 thoughts per day. Of those, 80% are negative and 95% are repetitive thoughts. If we repeat those negative thoughts, we think negative way more than we think positive thoughts and this has a significant impact on our health both physically and mentally.Read more
Leptin is primarily known as a hormone that is active in the hypothalamus in the brain. It plays a role in decreasing body fat mass and suppressing food intake making you feel full. But research studying activity is showing that leptin serves a much broader purpose than telling you that you’ve had enough slices of pizza.
BY: FITDAY EDITOR
When our schedule picks up it can be difficult to maintain a healthy lifestyle. At the end of a long tiring day, it often feels easier to grab some chips or cookies, rather than taking the time to prepare a nutritious meal. Here at Natural Healing Center we recommend meal planning as an essential tool for eating healthier and feeling your best. Read on to learn four important benefits of planning meals. For more specific information on planning meals and picking the nutrient rich foods that are right for you, please click here to plan a consultation.
BY: JEFF HAYWARD
Do you constantly feel fatigued even though you are getting enough sleep? Have your recently been sick with an illness such as bronchitis or the flu? Do you crave salty snacks? If you are experiencing these symptoms you could have what holistic health practitioners refer to as Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome. Prolonged periods of stress can overwork our adrenal glands and cause them to stop functioning well. This leads to a variety of health issues. Natural Healing Center can advise you on ways to support your adrenal glands and treat those symptoms. Here are six of the main signs of Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome, followed by our link to take an Adrenal Fatigue Test.